Region: Mugla - Centre
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The province of Muğla is located at the south of the Aegean Region and is founded at the skirts of the Asar (Hisar) Mountain spreading towards the plain and is a beautiful and clean tourism paradise with its original architecture, whitewashed walls, red roof tiled roofs, authentic chimneys and narrow streets.Here there are many places worth to be seen like Ottoman Empire-era bazaar (Arasta) - marked by a clock tower built by a Greek craftsman named Filivari Usta in 1895,
The old quarter of Muğla - on the slopes and around Saburhane Square (Meydanı), consisting of about four hundred registered old houses dating from the 18th and 19th centuries, many of which are restored. These houses are mainly in the Turkish style characterized with hayat sections ("courts") entered through double-shuttered doors called Kuzulu Kapı ("lamb doors") and dotted with chimneys typical of Muğla, there are also a number of "Greek" houses worth to be seen here.